The University of Sydney has been ranked 59 in the world in the 2019 Times Higher Education World University rankings, jumping 2 places since last year.


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The University of Sydney has been ranked 59 in the world in the 2019 Times Higher Education (THE) World University rankings.

Jumping two places since last year’s rank of 61, the results are a consequence of the University’s improvement in several indicators, including citations, international outlook and industry income.

The University continued to perform strongly in research, where reputation for research excellence among academic peers, research income and papers published in quality peer-reviewed journals are measured. …

University of Sydney economist Professor Deborah Cobb-Clark has been awarded one of Australia's top economics honours.


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Professor Deborah Cobb-Clark named ESA Distinguished Fellow University of Sydney economist Professor Deborah Cobb-Clark has been awarded one of Australia’s top economics honours.

Professor Cobb-Clark from the School of Economics in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences received the Economic Society of Australia (ESA) Distinguished Fellow Award in recognition of her significant academic achievements, as well as her contribution to the Australian economics community.

Professor Cobb-Clark took home the prestigious award at the Australian Conference of Economists 2018 Gala Dinner in Canberra. …

The University of Sydney has risen to place 42nd globally and third nationally in the 2019 QS World University Rankings. It is the top-ranked university in New South Wales.


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Improvements in citations and employer reputation boost standing

The University of Sydney has risen to place 42nd globally and third nationally in the 2019 QS World University Rankings. It is the top-ranked university in New South Wales.

The University has ranked in the QS rankings’ top 50 since they began in 2004 and risen eight places in the latest survey.

“Once again, these rankings place the University among the top one percent of universities globally. …

Biophysicist Professor Iain Young led major research groups in Scotland before taking a leadership role at the University of New England, followed by his appointment heading Sydney’s School of Life and Environmental Sciences, and now is selected to be the new Dean of Science.


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Biophysicist Professor Iain Young led major research groups in Scotland before taking a leadership role at the University of New England, followed by his appointment heading Sydney’s School of Life and Environmental Sciences.

“I’m keen to ensure that we … set out to answer the most difficult fundamental questions, which will define the future of all on the planet.”
Professor Iain Young

The inaugural head of the University’s School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES), …

The University of Sydney Business School’s flagship Masters of Management program has been ranked at number one in Australia and at 24 in the world by the internationally respected QS World University Rankings based rankings organization.


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Top spot for the Business School’s Masters of Management program

The University of Sydney Business School’s reputation as a provider of world class education has again been reinforced by the internationally respected QS World University Rankings.

The School’s flagship Masters of Management program has been ranked at number one in Australia and at 24 in the world by the London based rankings organisation.

The QS Masters of Management Rankings 2018 result comes in the wake of similar results in rankings published by the prestigious London based Financial Times and The Economist magazine. …

The University of Sydney has placed 34th in the world, 2nd in Australia, in the latest US News Best Global Universities rankings.


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Research and reputation excellence secure position The University of Sydney has placed 34th in the world in the latest US News Best Global Universities rankings.

The excellent result sees the University move from 45th place last year and maintain its second position in the national rankings.

“The University’s high quality research is the main reason for our continuing success in these prestigious rankings. It reflects our ongoing commitment to being a leading comprehensive, …

University of Sydney graduates have been named the most employable in Australia for the third year running and 4th globally, according to the 2018 QS Graduate Employability Rankings


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Ranked #1 in Australia and 4th in the world for graduate employability.

The University of Sydney has again been named the number one university in Australia for graduate employability, a position it has now held for three years running.

The 2018 QS Employability Rankings also reveal the University’s graduates are the fourth most sought after in the world, the same position as last year and up from 14th in 2015.

In addition to surveying over 30,000 employers, …

The University of Sydney is ranked first in the world for sports-related subjects and best in Australia for medicine, architecture, veterinary sciences, English language and literature, physiology and anatomy.


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The University of Sydney is ranked first in the world for sports-related subjects and best in Australia for medicine, architecture, veterinary sciences, anatomy and physiology, English language and literature.

The 2017 QS Subject Rankings, released today, rated three University of Sydney subjects in the top 10 globally (sports-related, nursing, and anatomy and physiology) and 31 more subjects in the top 50 globally, including education (11th in the world) and law (13th in the world). …

A world-first intervention designed by University of Sydney’s researchers for young people found mobile phones could improve health and halt weight gain.


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Mobile phone technology could be a lifeline for young people at risk of obesity

 

Mobile phones could be the golden ticket to halting weight gain and improving health in young Australians, according to new research from the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre.

Researchers designed a world-first mobile phone intervention for young people at risk of obesity which used text messages, a mobile phone app, emails, diet resources and personalised coaching calls. …

University of Sydney law students have been crowned the Moot World Champions of the 2015 Jessup International Law Moot Court competition


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